A SUPER talented Port Glasgow drummer is all set to make a remix of west of Scotland's dance classic 'Bits n Pieces' for the Euros with DJ George Bowie after her own version went viral.

Amanda Ballingall, who is part of Inverclyde's all-girl band The Laurettes, is teaming up with the radio and club legend after he put call out on his Clyde 1 breakfast show to find her.

Amanda, 28, who has played Murrayfield with her band mates Lynette Beaton and Lauren O' Donoghue, caught George's attention when she put her own drum beats into his classic dance tune and posted it on TikTok on her account 'abcdrummerrr'.

Now she is set to collaborate with the DJ to put down their own track in a bid to make it Scotland's unofficial anthem at the Euros in Germany as she hits 70,000 likes.

Greenock Telegraph:

Amanda told the Tele: "I can't believe it, I woke up to calls telling me George Bowie was looking for me. I thought I was getting bammed up and next thing I was live on Radio Clyde!

"Now I'm making a remix with him for the Euros next month and I can't believe it. It's a total whirlwind.

"He was brilliant and so enthusiastic, I can't wait to play with him and see what comes next."

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Star drummer Amanda has enjoyed the Laurettes meteoric rise in the last two years as they have hit the big time.

The musician is one of three drummers who regularly play with the Laurettes, and is lined up for festivals throughout the country this summer.

Greenock Telegraph:

She said: "The last couple of years with the Laurettes has been unbelievable, Lynette and Lauren are amazing.

Recently Amanda, who also works for a health care company, decided to reimagine dance tunes with her drums and post them on TikTok, which led to her Bits n Pieces moment.

She said: "I am naturally really shy and I was trying to find ways to overcome it and this seemed like the perfect platform. Most dance hits use a machine for the drum beats, so this was something really original.

"I never thought it would take off like this. I have now hit thousands of followers and I only started four weeks ago!

"I do like dance music and Bits in Pieces is just an absolute classic here, I had to do it!"

DJ George was tagged in Amanda's post and put out an appeal for the talented drummer to get in touch.

Greenock Telegraph:

Amanda first found her love for playing drums as a pupil at St Stephen's High and went on to study music at West College Scotland.

Bits n Pieces was  a track by Dutch DJ Patrick Prins and released orginaly in the 90s by Artmesia.

But George has championed it for years on his show GBX and has turned it in to a Scottish dance anthem.